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Barossa Valley Destination Guide

Barossa Valley Destination Guide

If you’re a lover of wine, superb food, stunning views and good times then Barossa Valley is for you! It is one of Australia’s the world’s finest wine regions and makes up for 21% of the country’s wine.

 

Located only an hour out of Adelaide, you will know you have arrived the moment you drive through the famous Seppeltsfield road, which is lined by palm trees with vineyards running up rolling hills either side.

 

Although wine tasting is a high priority, there is plenty of other activities that will make you fall in love with Barossa. Whether it be trying the region’s culinary delights, indulging in a spa experience, or simply taking in the serene landscape, the valley will seduce you.

 

For the travelling golfer, it is a perfect day off if you’re playing around Adelaide especially considering its convenient proximity. However, if you are looking for a round Tanunda Pines will fix your thirst.

 

 

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THINGS TO DO IN BAROSSA VALLEY

Prepare your palate, you’re going wine tasting

 

The first, last and maybe only thing you will do in Barossa Valley is taste fine wine. Wine has been a way of life in the region since 1842. These grape growers and winemakers know what they are doing with knowledge and experience dating back over seven generations.

 

When you realise there are over 150 wineries and 80 cellar doors in Barossa, planning your route might be overwhelming. You’ve got your world-renowned labels like Penfolds and Jacob’s Creek, the world’s best shiraz at Kellermeister wines or a chance to try a 100-year-old single vintage wine at Seppeltsfield.

 

On our South Australian golf tour, we will be immersing into the history of the Barossa with a world-class degustation at Langmeil Winery. They were one of the first winemakers in the region back in 1842 and claim to have the world’s oldest shiraz vineyard.

Enjoy lunch at Australia’s favourite farm

 

Maggie Beer is an iconic name in the Aussie food scene. Her cookbooks and sauces appear in almost every Australian’s kitchen. So why not visit her farm in Barossa where it all began for the acclaimed cook, author and restaurant owner.

 

If you haven’t heard of Maggie or her products, you can taste all her produce at the Maggie Beer Farm shop. Enjoy a picnic basket accompanied with caramelised onion, salad on wood-oven bread paired perfectly with a glass of wine.

 

On our South Australian golf tour, we will visit the Farm Shop before heading to The Farm eatery to indulge further into Maggie Beer’s delights. There we will enjoy a three-course lunch showcasing Barossa’s freshest ingredients.

 

Discover true peace and serenity

 

You’re out of the hustle and bustle of city life, it is time to unwind. Barossa Valley will set the scene for you with its scenic rolling hills and soothing surrounds.

 

To maximise your relaxation, book a time at one of the many spa and wellness centres in the region. There is an indulging experience for everyone with an extensive array of massage, facials and spa packages available.

 

Non-golfing partners on our South Australia golf tour will be treated to a relaxing spa experience while the golfers tee it up at Tanunda Pines.

 

Enjoy Barossa by air

 

If you’re an early riser, make the most of your time in Barossa taking to the skies on what promises to be an epic hot air balloon experience.

 

See the sun rise over the iconic rolling hills of the valley, breath in the fresh air and take in the magical wineries and landscapes of the region offers.

 

Barossa Balloon Adventures is a family-owned business that has been operating since 1986, so they know where the best villages and vineyards are to float over. You won’t just take in the views but be treated to a beautiful Barossa-style brekky with sparkling wine to top it all off!

 

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